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What’s that!? The Great Wall of China?
Let’s get a little closer.
Hmm. These look like kids’ toy building blocks.
Let’s take an even closer view.
It looks like a skyscraper!
Actually this is an exclusive eraser called “Kado-keshi” produced by KOKUYO S&T Co., Ltd.
In Japanese, “Kado” means a corner or an edge, and Kado-keshi has a lot of kado! But why? You might wish to have a fresh edge every time you use an eraser, to wipe out tiny letters. Unfortunately, regular eraser edges usually become rounded very quickly. However, with so many edges, Kado-keshi is a dream eraser!
Here’s Kado-keshi in a key-holder type case.
Just unscrew the body of the case, and you can use Kado-keshi little by little without any dirty finger prints(^^)!
Kado-keshi stick 210 yen (US$2.50) / Refill: two sticks 157 yen (US$1.90)
This is JAPAN Style!
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